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Observation bias and sub-group differences generate statistical paradoxes.
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Looking at data one way can tell one story, but sometimes looking at it another way will tell the opposite story. Understanding this paradox and why it happens is essential, and new tools are available to help automatically detect this tricky issue in your datasets.
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Here are five statistical fallacies — data traps — which data scientists should be aware of and definitely avoid.
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Judea Pearl has made noteworthy contributions to artificial intelligence, Bayesian networks, and causal analysis. These achievements notwithstanding, Pearl holds some views many statisticians may find odd or exaggerated.
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Seven common biases that influence how we understand, use, and interpret the world around us.
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- 4 Common Data Fallacies That You Need To Know - Dec 5, 2017.
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